The Afternoons with Amos PODCAST For Tuesday, July 14, 2015.  (Interview Starts At 1:12:21 Mark On PODCAST Media Player). It’s always great after all these years to see an African-American who worked in Indianapolis media and then left for a new and better opportunity to become successful. Linsey Davis was a Reporter and Weekend Anchor […]

The state of Indiana is filing a motion to stop Indianapolis Power and Light Company’s request to raise customer rates. IPL is asking for a rate hike of more than $67 million a year. The Indiana Utility Consumer Counselor wants the state regulatory commission to first finish an investigation into last week’s underground explosions that […]

Updated at 9:40 a.m.:  A part of Capital Avenue has reopened to traffic during this Thursday morning’s commute after several downtown explosions blew several manhole covers in the area of Capital Avenue and North Streets. Several building evacuations are still ongoing and Indianapolis Power and Light (IPL) is working with the Indianapolis Fire Department (IFD) to coordinate […]

In a MAJOR victory for consumers, the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission unanimously voted down the plan by the City of Indianapolis to have customers of Indianapolis Power and Light (IPL) subsidize the construction of electric car charging stations for a private company to run an electric car rental service.  Appearing on Afternoons with Amos, two […]

Here’s What’s Going on in the Headlines Friday… The home going for a radio and gospel industry legend gets underway today. The viewing for Al “The Bishop” Hobbs runs Friday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. A prelude is at 6 p.m. with a gospel musical that will get underway at 7 p.m. On Saturday, […]

  Power outages, curfew sweeps, more details on the Lafayette couple that went on a shooting rampage in Las Vegas, the 50th anniversary of the landmark Civil Rights Act and more are today’s headlines. Listen:

It violates State Law! That’s what Indiana’s Utility Consumer Counselor says about the City’s plan to have you pay the cost of those electric cars coming here from a French company. In a MAJOR rebuff to the efforts of the City and Mayor Greg Ballard to push an electric car sharing program in Indianapolis and […]

In their first ever visit to Afternoons with Amos, representatives of Indianapolis electric utility, Indianapolis Power and Light (IPL), were hammed with numerous concerns, questions and sharp disagreements from listeners about practices and pricing of their electric service. Brandi Davis-Handy, Director of External Communications for Indianapolis Power and Light and Leah Brown, Head of IPL’s […]

As temperatures in the Indianapolis metro area take a dive to sub-zero lows Monday, that the city hasn’t experienced for decades, more than 30,000 Hoosiers are without power. Indianapolis Power & Light and Duke Energy are working to restore energy to homes however officials say it may take days to restore it. This is creating […]

Indianapolis Power & Light (IPL) is planning to spend just over a half billion dollars, $511 million, to clean up the air around two major coal burning electric generating power plants. One is in Petersburg, in Pike County in southwest Indiana. The other in on south Harding Street, near I-465 in Indianapolis. IPL says the […]